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Regarding how to use time interval in ms.

Posted by sangeetha (sangeetha), 9 May 2008

I am new to this perl.Please help my doubts.
Currently i have created a file using perl, and in this created file is displayed with current date and time.
But i want to add more in this file,that is based on the time interval, the date and time should be displayed in the file.

e.g: If i enter the time interval as "3", then every 3 mins once the the time should be updated in the file.

This is my requirement.Can anybody send me the reply with sample code?

Please help me anybody.Expect your replies as soon as possible.

Thanks in advance,


Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 9 May 2008
Hi ... if you follow my suggestion that I've made in answer to your other question, it will help you resolve this one too.

By the way - you ask for a reply as soon as possible. I don't think that I or anyone else on here intentionally delays their answers, so there's no need to ask for "as soon as possible" or "urgent" - we have a single speed system, giving freely of our time, and if it's not fast enough you'll probably be better suited to use other support avenues.

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